Cedar Creek Engineering, Inc.

Mossy Rock, Washington - in-situ chemical oxidation case study


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Leaking underground storage tanks at the Police Station / City Hall in Mossyrock, Washington contaminated soil and groundwater with gasoline hydrocarbons. A portion of the soil was excavated, but the presence of the building prevented all of the contamination from being removed.

After first advancing a series of soil borings to accurately define the target zone, Cedar Creek Engineering installed a network of 1-inch PVC injection wells for injection of chemical reagents. The twenty 18-foot wells were installed in two days.

Reagent injection proceeded, 3 wells at a time, in a round-robin fashion, and continued for 5 days.

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